Classroom Educators

"Samaritans on the Digital Road" - a resource for the Ottawa Catholic School Board community to help develop Digital Citizenship skills. 

This resource is built upon the shoulders of Jesus' parable about The Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37). Each grade (K-12) will explore the meaning of one verse as it relates to being an online citizen while completing five lessons created specifically to address the challenges found at each grade. 

This aspect of the site will assist all Classroom educators in supporting Digital Citizenship in all our classrooms across the OCSB.  It will touch on material that will be more relevant specifically to those supporting students in our day-to-day classes.

Teacher Checklist:

- Schools are to ensure each student (every year) signs the following “OCSB Acceptable Use of Technology Agreements”.  This can be supported by messaging by classroom teachers, as well as school messaging to parents.

There is a new process this year for students/families to read and sign their "Responsible Use of Tech" Agreements.  These forms are accessed via the student portals and must be submitted within each student's account.

For OCSB Staff Reference ONLY

(and printing in unique cases for families that need it)

(2021/2022) Consolidated K-12 Electronic device Responsible use agreement (Working Document)

Please see the document below for more details surrounding the submission process. This document can be shared with your families.

OCSB Responsible Use of Tech Agreement - Parent/Guardian Digital Form submission process

Click here to view the "Principals Tech Letter" for Parent and Student information which can be sent home to explain the "Samaritans on the Digital Road program and the use of Google for Education in our classrooms.

- Ensure your passwords are not OCSB “Default” passwords.

- Review the Teacher information for Leveraging Digital for Samaritans on the Digital Road (slidedeck below). This is the revised and consolidated package of information for teachers specifically around your responsible use of technology and monitoring classes. 

Teacher Piece